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Add folders to the Start menu in Windows 10

Add folders to the Start menu in Windows 10: Monday Productivity Pointers
Add folders to the Start menu in Windows 10: Monday Productivity Pointers

Shortcuts can be a great way to save time. In the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft added a new option for adding shortcuts to specific folders in the Start menu. This is different from adding a shortcut tile. In this video, we'll talk about the small cluster of buttons on the left side of the Start menu, which you can configure to include shortcuts to a specific set of folders including the Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos folders.

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